Conleth Kane at Wembley Park Pride





Wembley Park Pride - Conleth Kane

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In 2022, Conleth released his new EP 'Just A Dream' and performed his own sets at Mighty Hoopla, Pride in London and Eclectic Love.

Described by OK Magazine! as 'the breath of fresh air we all need right now' and QX Magazine as "an infectiously energetic, refreshingly cheerful Singer/Songwriter”, Conleth Kane recorded his debut album 'Proud - Live in London' at a sold-out show at The Crazy Coqs in London's West End seeing him shoot to Number 2 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Charts. He released his self-penned debut EP in August 2020 which went to Number 7 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Chart.

Brilliant music!

Gay Times Magazine

Conleth has performed live sets of his own songs on both BBC Radio London, BBC Radio Ulster, and Northern Ireland's Number 1 Radio Station, Cool FM. 2017 saw Conleth win the 'Personal Contribution to the LGBTQ Community' at the annual GNI Magazine Awards in Belfast - voted for by the public.

Conleth has toured his music all over the world including Europe and Australia as well as performing as a special guest for the London Gay Men's Chorus and the Gay Mens Dance Company at Pride in London and The Troxy in London. His song ‘Proud’ has been remixed by world-leading pop producers ‘7th Heaven’ and was released last year.

A voice that would melt your heart

Gaby Roslin, BBC Radio London

Conleth Kane - I Turn To You

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Pride in Wembley Park

Celebrate the London Pride in Wembley Park with the ultimate (and free) all-day party in Wembley Park. On Sunday 3rd July, Wembley Park will be transformed to mark the Platinum celebrations with free classes in Union Park and fierce performances at the Sound Shell. Expect a jam-packed, 100% inclusive day out full of drag, live music, workshops, some of the wildest entertainment and a whole lot of pride!

Soak up the Pride on the Sound Shell - or learn some new moves in Union Park!